Bulk methods to restrict access to posts, pages, and CPTs for a specific membership level ID via MySQL

If you’re adding membership to an existing WordPress site with a lot of content, chances are you are looking for a way to speed up the initial setup process of restricting content throughout your site.

This post offers developers a few advanced methods to set up restrictions in bulk via MySQL.

Bulk Update Access for Posts, Pages, CPTs

Offer a Membership Level for a Limited Time

This recipe allows you to set a specific window of time for membership registration. Anyone who tries to checkout for the level after your specified cutoff date will be shown a message that registration has ended. The level will also be removed from display on your “Membership Levels” page after the cutoff date.

How to Design Your Membership Levels Page: Custom Order, Dynamic List, Hide the Display, or Skip it Mega Post

We have several tutorials for altering the membership levels page using the default [pmpro_levels] shortcode or the Advanced Levels Page Shortcode Add On. This post summarizes several methods to:

It’s a useful guide if you aren’t quite sure of a method to use and want to explore your options.

How to use a Page Builder to create a custom Membership Level Pricing page.

The landing page for your levels is the primary place your site will attract and sell its membership products. Our plugin includes a few options to design this page, including the default [pmpro_levels] shortcode and the enhanced options when using the Advanced Levels Page Shortcode Add On.

What if you need more control over this page and would like to design a completely custom page for your levels? In this article, I will take you through the process of building a new membership levels page using the Elementor Page Builder, an open source plugin available in the WordPress plugin repository.

How to Name Your Membership Levels or Subscription Options

How you name your membership levels is one of the most important components for conversions on your membership on site.

Let’s spend some time thinking about membership level names. We’ll cover the classic membership site structures and provide examples for naming the membership levels or subscription options for each case. (And there’s even a nifty “level name” playground that tests your name within various plugin-generated phrases.)

Video: How to Restrict Blocks using PMPro and the WordPress Block Editor

The Require Membership Block allows you to hide or show nested blocks by level or for non-members. Watch the quick demo below to see how you can use this feature for your Membership site.

PMPro Update 2.0.4

Version 2.0.4 of Paid Memberships Pro is out with a handful of bug fixes. These bugs have the potential to hinder sales and the performance of your site, so be sure to upgrade. Due to a technical issue, it’s also possible that those of you who updated to version 2.0.3 this weekend didn’t get all (more…)